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THE DISSOLUTION.

COLWYN BAY.~

THE GENERAL ELECTION.\I

PROBABLE POLLING DATES.

Winter Work for the Churches.

The Half Holiday Movement.

THE CONDITION of the RHYL…

RHUDDLAN.

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RHUDDLAN. THE Baziar was continued on the 7th and 8th, inst Mr W Conwy Ball opening the pro- ceedings on the former day. The resul of the polishing contest was that MissOwen.Vaenol Fawr, took the first pr:z", and Mrs Jones, Pen'rardd, the second. Mr Parry (Liverpool) and Mr Roberts (Chester) were the judges. It is expected that about JE260 will be realised by the bazaar, but there are many articles left over, and it is expec- ted that a sale of work will be held later on. HARVEST FESTIVAL. -This year's harvest festival was held at the Parish Church on the 14th inst, the services being :-10 a.m. Holy Communion. 3-1.3 English Service and Sermon by the Rev J F Reece, rector of Llanfwroar; Welsh Service at 7 p.m., with Sermon by the Rev J F Reece. The anthem at the English service was, "0 give thanks," &c, by R Smart, the tenor solo of which was excellently rendered by Mr Ed Evans. The Welsh anthem was Teyrnasoedd y ddaear," the quartette of which was sung by Miss Fanny Jones, Miss Lizzie Evans, and Messrs W V Williams and Charles Jones. The trio was taken by Miss Fanny Jones, Miss Lizzie Evans, and Mr Robert Evans. The choir was slightly augmented by a few members of the congregation, and both anthems were very well rendered, as were also the services. Mr T Davies ably presided at the organ. The rector of Llanfwrog is well known for his pulpit power and eloquence, and both sermons were admirably suited for the occasion, and much appreciated. The weather was superbly fine, this being one advantage of being able, on account of the early harvest, to hold the festival earlier, and the attend- ance was excellent at both services. The offertories were for the Denbigh Infirmary and the church expenses. With the exception of the east end window and the communion table, there were no decorations this year, owing to certain improve- ments which are being carried out in the interior of the church. After the afternoon service, the members of the choir had tea at the schoolroom, Mrs Edward Evans and Miss Maggie Griffiths presiding at the tables.

NEWMARKET.

ST. ASAPH (FLINT) RURAL 1…

BODELWYDDAN.

ABERGELE.

SWIMMING NOTES.

Yachting: on the Lake.

RHYL DISTRICT. )

PRESTATYN.

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